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10 Basic Cybersecurity Measures That Use Common Sense

Our colleagues at the WaterISAC, along with several other ISACs and DHS ICS-CERT have developed a “top ten” list of basic cybersecurity recommendations that all water and wastewater utilities can use to minimize their vulnerability to cyber breaches and defend against cyber attacks.  91 more words

Resiliency

FLASHBACK MARCH 2013: DHS Has Declared War On the USA

05 Mar, 2013 by Dave Hodges


Welcome to the Fatherland, where there is no constitution, no justice and, at the present moment, no future. Our way of life, our culture and even our lives are in jeopardy if we do not quickly reign in an out of control and potentially deadly Department of Homeland Security. 1,499 more words

Obama The Enemy Of America

How the UN Is Confiscating American Homes and Controlling All Food and Energy

In times of crises, the government has proven, time and time again, that it cannot be counted on to adequately protect the American people. As the American people have not prepared for the coming dark days, they will be vulnerable to starvation, dehydration, cholera, pandemics and attacks from resource-deficient  looters. 1,132 more words

Government

A Tip of the Hat

Theming is part of Mousertainment in the parks – this is what makes you feel like you’re inside the story. Some theming, however, is more successful than others. 1,230 more words

Parks

Immigration and the State of the Union

In last night’s  State of the Union Address, President Obama did not add much to the debate or discussion on immigration reform.  There were no calls for comprehensive reform or a path to citizenship.   247 more words